New Poetry from Hrsh Reyalitee dropping Monday Aug 5+ Poem from 3rd Collection

Peace, Peace, Powerful People. Recently we caught up with Hrsh Reyalitee during her feature at Cafe Con Libros Bookstore located at 724 Prospect pl. Brooklyn, New York. Another poem is being released on her blog this Monday. Follow her blog and subscribe right now! Much Love to Nicole Shaw Junior for featuring the Street Poet. … More New Poetry from Hrsh Reyalitee dropping Monday Aug 5+ Poem from 3rd Collection

“Words not for the ears but for the Soul” -Arielle Estoria (Video) X L.A. Open Mic (AsWeDwell.com)

Sunday September 24th (& every last Sunday of the month) As We Dwell holds a monthly open mic hosted and directed by Arielle Estoria. In full support Street Poets are in attendance and you should come through. This vibey, calm open mic that was specifically made for the Poet, Writer, Vocalist, and Visual Artist is … More “Words not for the ears but for the Soul” -Arielle Estoria (Video) X L.A. Open Mic (AsWeDwell.com)

Crystal Valentine & Aaliyah Jihad – “Hide Your Shea Butter

Crystal Valentine & Aaliyah Jihad clearly went to that slam to slam all critics. “Y’all really think my black looks better on you!” is a line in the poem posted below that sums up exactly how we all feel deep deep down when we hear white people call us “Nigga” being our friend right before … More Crystal Valentine & Aaliyah Jihad – “Hide Your Shea Butter

Official P4CM Poet, Jackie Hill: “A Deep Poem..” (Video)

The Sister said “I am nothing more than commercialized Voodoo, and you..are my Harry Pot-ters”. Please press play on the video for context!!!!! My Lord I love to hear Poetry that feeds the vibe, Ladies and gentlemen. I am currently making a space in Los Angeles, California as this organization expands to connect with the … More Official P4CM Poet, Jackie Hill: “A Deep Poem..” (Video)

‘What If A Black Girl Knew’ Written by: Dylema (Video)

Sometimes a Black girl needs to be snatched by another girl and told the truth, even if that black girl is herself. The scenario makes sense because sometimes we jut dont know. Not only as black women but as Human beings. Enjoy this poem by Dylema, not only should you appreciate her word play because … More ‘What If A Black Girl Knew’ Written by: Dylema (Video)